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COURT GAZETTE.

COURT GAZETTE.

Now, after this exordium, come we to Mr. George Grindle, the elder son and heir of the worthy baronet, with whom and whose interesting dialogue with Sandy Bruff the reader is already acquainted. George Grindle—this idol of his sire—was certainly of the good school of dandies ; b
January 15, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
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Lord and' Lady Maynard have arrived in Grosvenorsquare from Brighton. Lord Rendlesham is nearly recovered from the effects of his recent accident. Lord Prudhoe has returned to Stanwiek Park near Richmond, from a lengthened visit to the Duke und Duchess of Northumberland, at Alnw
January 15, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
COURT GAZETTE.

COURT GAZETTE.

the deepest resignation, is depicted with consummate art: the traits of divinity are manifold; and there is a breathing truth in the physical details which betoken extraordinary skill—a skill the more interesting because it is made manifest through a novel, and obviously weariso
January 15, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE FRENCH ACTRESSES.

THE FRENCH ACTRESSES.

It is with the sincerest pleasure that we hail among us the appearance of some of the most brilliant represent,atives of the French stage at the present hour. The triumphs won by Mademoiselle Rachel upon our boards last season, seem to have paved the way for the introduction to
February 5, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
AINSWORTH'S MAGAZINE. No. I. Edited by William Harrison Ainsworth. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. Cnningham.

AINSWORTH'S MAGAZINE. No. I. Edited by William Harrison Ainsworth. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. Cnningham.

This magazine begins well. The editor's name is a guarantee for the excellence of the literary matterwhich, by being associated with the etchings of George Cruikshank, will have an additional interest. A tale, called "The Miser's Daughter," by the editor, is the first and most p
February 5, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
COURT GAZETTt.

COURT GAZETTt.

ROCHUSSEN arrived on Friday at Mivart's-hotel, from the Hague. VISCOUNTS MELBOURNE and DUNCANNON were prevented attending the grand dejeune at his Royal Highness's the Duke of Sussex on Tuesday, to have the honour of meeting the King of Prussia, both these Noble Lords being indi
February 5, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
ORDERS

ORDERS

CA TERMS CABINET FURNITURE: d. Parlour chairs, leather - cushions each 7 6 Solid mahogany diningroom chairs Solid mahogany dining tables Solid mahogany 100 tables 52 6 Drawing-room chairs l2 6 Solid rosewood do. do 2l 0 Solid rosewood couches 73 6 ltosewood centre tables B4 0 Se
February 5, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS-MONDAY._

HOUSE OF COMMONS-MONDAY._

In reply to t - i - iitceition from Mr. T. Duncombe, Sir J. Graham said, that after the Corn question and the financial measures of the Government had been disposed of, it was the intention of Ministers to bring forward a measure which should not only continue the Poor-Law Amend
February 26, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
REVIEW OF LITERATURE.

REVIEW OF LITERATURE.

THE BLUE BELLES OF ENGLAND. By Frances Many of our readers have probably already made ac- , quaintance with the work before us in the pages of the " Metropolitan Magazine ;" where, in our opinion, it certainly appeared to far less advantage than in its present combined form. Per
January 22, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE

THE

NOBILITY, GENTRY. ABEAUTI OF HAIR. BENTLEY'S CELEBRATED EXTRACT OF HONEY is the finest article ever discovered for the General Improvement of the Hair, and of the utmost importance in the Nursery. Also, BENTLEY'S BROWN WINDSOR SOAP, to prevent CHAPPED HANDS, FACE, &c.—The cuttin
January 22, 1842 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England